1. Harleen Deol

Great catches have been seen over the years in women's cricket. Cricketers from India who are women have made the majority of these catches. Harleen Deol's exceptional fielding performance in 2021's matchup with England is one among them. Amy Ellen Jones of England attempted a six-yarder while playing a superb inning, but Harleen held onto the ball. She flung the ball up and dove inside to finish the grab even though she was losing momentum and about to hit the boundary line.

2. Smriti Mandhana

Smriti Mandhana made another outstanding fielding effort in 2021 when she faced England. Smriti Mandhana, who was on the boundary, made one of the most fantastic catche in the history of women's cricket when England's Natalie Sciver, who was one run away from reaching her half-century, attempted to clear the boundary.

3. Jemimah Rodrigues

In the fifth T20I, played on February 24, 2018, in Cape Town, off the bowling of Rumeli Dhar, Jemimah Rodrigues of India held on to a skier at the boundary to dismiss Marizanne Kapp of South Africa.

4. Fran Wilson

At the cover point in the third One-Day International at Chelmsford, England's Fran Wilson quickly reacted to catch, West Indies Hayley Mattews as she was bowled by Kate Cross.

5. Tahlia McGrath

In the sixth season of the Women's Basketball League (WBBL), Amelia Kerr of the Brisbane Heat was tackled by Adelaide Strikers' Tahlia McGrath using a well-timed catch. On 7th November 2020, during the game, McGrath successfully caught Amanda Wellington.

6. Sarah Taylor

During the third ODI, played at Hove on August 25, 2013, England's wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor extended her entire body to her right and took an incredible catch to remove Australia's Jodie Fields. The Field was out for 27 after being bowled over by Danielle Hazell.

7. Laura Wolvaardt

To dismiss Thailand's skipper Sornnarin Tippoch off the bowling of Nonkululeko Mlaba, South Africa's Laura Wolvaardt made an unbelievable catch at covers. On February 28, 2020, in Canberra, Wolvaardt made this catch during a match in the ICC World T20's group stage.

8. Tayla Vlaeminck

At the ICC Women's World T20 tournament play on Saturday in Guyana, West Indies, Australia, fast bowler Tayla Vlaeminck made an unbelievable one-handed catch during their final group stage encounter. A short-pitched pitch from spinner Ashleigh Gardner caused Krishnamurthy to hammer a strong hook shot to pick up a boundary in the 16th over, which was the game-changing play.

9. Beth Mooney

The Australians reached 305-3 from 45 overs in a semi-final that was cut short by rain thanks to Alyssa Healy's magnificent 129 and a 216-run opening stand with Rachael Haynes. The West Indies responded by being dismissed for 148, with Jess Jonassen taking 2-14 from five overs. With the victory, Australia has advanced to the World Cup final for the ninth time and might claim their seventh championship on Sunday. Possibly much more effective was Mooney's effort. Mooney clung to an attempted pull-shot from Rashada Williams, giving the West Indies' chase the worst possible start as they needed an unlikely 306 to win.

10. Maddy Green

In game 11 of the ICC Women's Cricket, World Cup 2022 versus Australia, Maddy Green of New Zealand pulled off a spectacular diving grab that made daily headlines throughout the day. Australian hitter Ellyse Perry came up against Lea Tahuhu in the final ball of the 45th over of the game's first innings. Green was dismissed on the individual score of 68 runs, while Perry dismissed for a magnificent shot by creaming the delivery over Tahuhu's head.